Senate Bill allows state of California to borrow money from UC, CSUs

California State Assembly passes Senate Bill 79 on July 11, allowing the state of California to borrow from the University of California and California State University.

SLO residents take 'pride' in their community

San Luis Obispo’s Gay and Lesbian Alliance (GALA) produces 15th annual Pride Festival and hosts Pride in the Plaza carnival in Mission Plaza downtown as a “gift back to the community.”

Summer construction closes Cal Poly roads and walkways

Summer construction on campus includes additional road closures, a 1.5 million gallon thermal water tank, and the final stages of expansion for the Recreation Center.

Budget cuts could mean less money for Cal Poly

A state budget that would cut an additional $150 million from the California State University system (CSU), on top of the previously expected $500 million in cuts was vetoed June 15 by Governor Jerry Brown.

BLOG: Stand up against sexual assault

Blogger says we need to stand together as a community to prevent sexual assault in light of recent reported rapes.

Lawsuit and Order: police union suing city over retirement measures

The San Luis Obispo Police Officers’ Association filed suit last week against the city of San Luis Obispo over the city council’s plan to vote on a proposed special election that would put employment conditions to a public vote.

Variable Velocity brings experimental dance to the PAC

Variable Velocity is prepared to open its tenth anniversary show, “Extraordinary Mysteries,” this Friday in the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center.

Kennedy Library celebrates 30 years

The addition of the five-story Robert E. Kennedy Library to campus and the authorities responsible for its success will be celebrated this week as the library enters its 31st year of service. It also marks the 30th anniversary of the…

Gamma Phi Beta sorority earns multifaceted award

The Cal Poly chapter of Gamma Phi Beta is one of just 19 Gamma Phi Beta sororities to earn the “Five Crescent Level,” the highest award given by the Gamma Phi Beta international organization.

‘What is Black?’ investigates origin of stereotypes

Cal Poly’s MultiCultural Center (MCC) will host a conversation discussing the origin of  “black” as a term to describe race to celebrate Black History Month.